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confidence to our economy, to the business community and to our people if we got a beginning. deal, but unfortunately that does not seem to be, at least at this point in time, in the discussion. i'm hopeful that the budget committee so i'm hopeful that the budget committee conference will revisit or at least come up with a product that has not been discussed which will accomplish the objective of putting this country on a fiscally sustainible path for the long term, >> coming up, treasury secretary jack lew on implementation of the dodd-frank regulations. and president obama at the white house hanukkah reception. later, the democratic steering expiring hearing on unemployment benefits. span, washington journal looks at the mission and role of the national institutes of health. starting live at 7:30 eastern with director francis collins on the medical research priorities. future projects and the impact of sequestration. at 8:00, allergy and infectious diseases director anthony fauci followed by derek green director of the national human genome research institute gave at 9:00, harold
the local economy a boost in the process. >> there are a lot of other satellite businesses that depend on us growing, too, so this project, you know, there were several hundred people that, you know, went to work bringing the electrical, the construction, all those other pieces here to support our efforts to satisfy our customers. >> reporter: among those other businesses, barry swenson builders, busting out of the construction slump with more tech industry-fueled south bay real estate projects than they've seen in years. >> absolutely. and actually a little by concerned about what we're going to do come late spring. >> reporter: because? >> because we have so much volume at this point, and just want to make sure that we have the right people in the right places to make sure those jobs get done correctly. >> reporter: the busier they are in here, the busier they'll be out here. >> we think it hopefully will continue into the next couple years. >> reporter: gradually building up the local economy. now, the jobless rate for the entire country came in today at 7.0%. the lowest rate we've seen i
/3 in that pew survey believe americans view greater involvement in the global economy is a greater thing. meaning when america is a strong country it's better for the world. >> we have seen that throughout history. and when we see economies like china coming up it's important to have our own economy keep going. people like to complain about america, but when something happens in the world, the philippines, the typhoon there, when something happens in the world guess who is the first country to go, the united states military and the charities. we are divide as a country on political lines. republicans and democrats are split on how they see our influence in the world. the democrats believe the president has broken his promises. he said we would leave iraq, afghanistan and close guantanamo bay. republicans are saying don't be apologizing for guantanamo bay when you are on foreign tour. bill: what do you think the apology tour did to our view of ourselves in the world? >> when you have the president of the united states going over to other countries and telling countries that we are the one
, and that's hurting the economy, as well as the military authorization bill, the defense authorization bill that allows the military to get paid next year. these things have to get done fast, it is going to be very tough including avoiding a shutdown. jenna: sometimes you're known for procrastination, maybe a tougher deadline can help everyone -- i'm just going to be optimistic. >> nice place to start. [laughter] jenna: carl, thank you. jon: when americans hear the work schedule, no wonder congress has such a low approval rating. let's go to the extreme weather alert, a nasty winter storm causing big, big problems. after being pummeled with heavy snow and freezing winds, areas are digging in for a burst of very cold temperatures. the storm is on the move now and spelling icy trouble across the south. meteorologist maria molina is here with what we can expect today. maria? >> reporter: hi, jon, good to see you, and hello, jenna. we've been looking at some very cold current wind chill temperatures with some areas looking at a current wind chill at about threes below -- 40 degrees below zero a
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a growing income gap between the rich and poor in america speaking of the economy a couple of hours ago in washington, dc and says income inequality jeopardized the middle class and urging washington, dc to take steps to ensure the economy works for everyone. >> a child born in the top 20 percent has two in three chance of staying at or near the top. a child in the bottom 20 percent has less than 1 in 20 shot at making it to the top. >> the president also calls for a hike in the firm minimum wage saying an increase is a good step for families and the who as a whole. right now it is 7.25 an hour and democrats pushed to increase the minimum wage to $10 an hour. >> last night was cold and it will only be colder so we will check with mike nicco and the forecast. >> a bay area city takes the first step to banning electronic of using toothpaste to clean a denture. but dentures are very different to real teeth. they're about 10 times softer and may have surface pores where bacteria can grow and multiply. polident is specifically designed to clean dentures daily. its unique micro-clean formula
of discontent that ended apartheid. >> and the positive report on the economy that sends a financial market soaring. >> michael finney will answer questions here live in just a few minutes. >> and taking a look at your skyway traffic on your friday, coming up on 4:ten traffic on the right headed down to the peninsula and moving to those whoworried...... poked and prodded... taken risks... and lived in a state of "what if?"... welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll now at or call 1-800-752-6631. >>> people across south africa are remembering the late nelson mandela today. mourners have been gathered all day. krur taking a look there. they've built a wall of flowers and messa messages these are live pictures from outside of the home. >> south after yak's president announced a series of events to honor mandela. sunday will be a national day of prayer and reflection. tuesday a memorial service in a stad
everyone is a winner here. gm, ford,and more... our economy we have to have the auto working. because the rest of the economy will fall in place. >> jacqueline: and definitely on the chilly side today. but it will get colder temperatures money in the upper 40's floor 50 sprit but we are heavy handed for twenties tonight. had it down to the south still seeing a few lingering snow shoppers. clear skies here locally so the cold temperatures will lead to a frosty conditions for most of the bay area and freezing conditions for the north bay north and inland valleys. temperatures are struggling to get into the fifties. rain will return to the forecast by friday. throughout much of the bay area san francisco will be the only place not under the freeze on morning. again widespread frost. also subfreezing temperatures. here is a look at futurecast widespread 20's and 30's. we only have slightly conditions. >> jacqueline: temperatures in the 40's struggling to get into the fifties. first let's look at the morning low temperatures. freezing in concord 28 in santa rosa and in napa 35 for half moo
coming in to get to the mining district they need things. and that is the origin of the economy. what really changed, major change, was when the fort was finally closed in 1898 and when they discovered a different route into the mining district and people didn't have to go on steamboats anymore. this town was about to go under. and no body knew this, but while all of this was going on, there are federal surveys going on in the entire pacific northwest determining what is the timber in this region and that is the white pine. mil a report was made from the survey in 1898 the year the fort was closed, that report was made public. and all of the major timber companies came to this area. so that is really what produced -- when you walk through the town today, that is a town that was produced. the town's population was 500 in 1900 by 1910 there were 18,000. it is a modern, progressive city today. tourism is a big part of the economy. the timber industry is still volleybal valuable. mining has had problems. we wanted diversity as the main focus. because in the past it was mining and logging.
to boost the state economy by hundreds of millions of dollars. like many new businesses coming to detroit, the financial issues didn't deter them setting up shop. where some sees obstacle, the ceo sees opportunity. >> this might diversify agriculture in michigan as we grow collectively. >> the investment in a neighbourhood on a rebound is welcomed by many who live here. they are on pace to produce 3,000 cases of premium liquor this year. in a warehouse where the aroma is intoxicating, these entrepreneurs see a future where the glass is always at least half full. >> holiday shopping gets a boost. u.s. shoppers spend nearly $10 billion on black friday, down 13% on last year. sales rose 2.3% overall compared to 2012 once thanksgiving day sales were added to the mi.. >> colorado communities are banding together to recover from the devastating flood in september. jamestown was nearly destroyed. we look at how residents are bouncing back. >> the music is back. with it the people are slowing returning to the foothills down in the rocky mountains. >> on saturday nights, since the september flood
: as canada's manufacturing heartland, ontario needs power. the switch to cleaner energy could hurt an economy still recovering from the last recession. of course, coal does have emissions and you know, there are important issues, but we never really got focused on how to fix those. it was just throw it all out. >> mr. speaker. >> power and politics in ontario's parliament where there has been fierce criticism on its emphasis on green energy and it costs. the architects of the plans defend it ro robustly. >> you take all the costs involved, it ends up being cost effective. >> ontario's greenhouse gas emissions are lower as it becomes the first place in north america to give up coal. what isn't clear is whether local voters will agree with their government in fighting climate change is worth paying more for power. >> letting kids be kids. coming up, clowns put on a show for children in a syrian refugee camp. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm stephanie sy. here are today's top headlines. thousands of new york city commuters had to find other ways to get to work after a trail derailed su
economists say the distillery business has a potential to boost the state economy by hundreds of millions of dollars. like many new businesses coming to detroit, the city's financial issues did not deter them from setting up shop. where some see obstacles peter bailey sees opportunity. >> this craft distilling movement might help diversify argentina in michigan even further as we start to grow collectively. >> reporter: and their investment in the neighborhood on the rebound is welcomed by many who live here. right now they're on pace to produce 3,000 cases of premium liquor this year. and in a warehouse where the aroma is literally intoxicating. these entrepreneurs see a future where the glass is always at least half full. bisi onile-ere, al jazeera, detroit. >> there are about 23,150 distilleries in the united states. >> meteorologist: and the pacific northwest is where we'll start. i'll meteorologist dave warren. look out for snow there. the elevation 4,000 along interstate 90. a storm effecting this region, the pacific northwest seeing a lot of moisture moving in, dumping rain and sno
that will not be able to pay rent. this is serious for the local economy. it will be a disaster in years to come as we see this thing go. that's the reason we are continuing to stand with detroit, and we'll stand up and fight back. we'll file the appeal and file it all the way to the supreme court. >> you think bankruptcy is a make. what is the alternative. >> we don't just think it's a mistake. we think it is illegal. first and foremost we have to understand that emergency management itself - we have two lawsuits filed, national action network, filed a law sued a few months ago. we repealed public at four, the emergency manager legislation. the governor came back with the same legislation, attached it to some money so it couldn't be repealed again, made it repeal proof. we feel the city of detroit never went into bankruptcy. you have to think about it like this: this mayor did not lead us into the bankruptcy. the city council never voted for bankruptcy. we feel it is illegal. on the other end of this the state and the city put $400 million together to build a new hockey arena here in the city of detr
house says president obama is preparing to deliver a speech on the economy including renewing the call for increasing the minimum wage. the president plans to argue the case that income inequality and wages not moving up are threatening retirement security. the current federal minimum wage is $7.25 and higher in california. polls show the economy remains the single biggest concern for americans despite the recent focus on health care. unemployment is high at 7.3 percent. >> nothing unusual about seeing windows where you go but did you know that microsoft considered getting into the lingerie business? >> no. efforts are underway to avert another government shut down. now we have the bloomberg business report from jane king. >> good morning, never thought microsoft and bra would be in the same sentence but here it is. first, though, possible progress inives to avoid another government shut down. budget negotiators are close to a zeal where democrats will raise fees for airline passengers and republicans grow we do more federal spending. the deal is finalized and provide a framework for a
children. >>> more positive news about the economy has investors worried the federal reserve might scale back its stimulus effort soon. traders are also awaiting tomorrow's big employment report for november. taking a live look at the big board, the dow is down 67. the nasdaq down 5. and s&p down 7. >>> for the first time, twitter has named a woman to its board of directors. 66-year-old marjorie skardino will join the board immediately. she was the former ceo of pearson and former board member at nokia. twitter has been criticized for the lack of diversity on its board. >>> today, uc berkeley is expected to announce a new naming rights deal for the field at memorial stadium. under the 15-year, $18 million deal, the field will now be called kabam field. kabam is a video game producer for mobile devices. the money will be used to help pay off the $321 renovation and earthquake retrofitting of memorial stadium. >>> excellent attendance good classroom behavior are paying off for 200 oakland school kids. the howard elementary school kids are being treated to the zoo and met some as players. s
fell to 7%. the strengthening economy is good news for the president. but he may not be getting much credit for this because so many working americans are not feeling any improvement. >> reporter: it's more proof that the u.s. economy is heating up. according to the latest job reports, 203,000 people found work in november and the unemployment rate dropped sharply to 7%, the lowest level in five years. add to that that the economy grew in the third quarter faster than it was initially thought and it's no wonder that the white house wants monther. but analysts warn this warming trend is leaving too many americans out in the cold. >> if you're wealthy, you're feeling it. if you're in the middle or the lower end of the economic spectrum, you aren't. >> reporter: just look at the numbers. while the economy has recovered millions of lost jobs since the great recession, 6 in 10 americans say things are going badly in the country that's because with this recovery, there are two americas, wall street is booming, ending the week on a strong note. even as fast food workers were marching in the
side as well, came out and said that is what happens, standard and poor's says the cost economy is $1 million, they just make those numbers up. is not true. wait a minute, standard and poor's is a different agency, they are moving out, that lenders out there and that does have an effect and you take the ordinary citizen and they're trying to decide what is in the best interest of their family or with you want to go in their country and having a hard time making decisions because we have a woman who works in montana, a wonderful friend who does a great job, three times week she comes across a bridge in the river quite wide eyed, you won't believe what i read on the internet. i always say the same thing. i am not going to believe what you read on the internet. >> we talked before hand, we fought to give you a sense of a very personal nature, what comes through in these letters is arthur was not only a preeminent historian, he would have two martinis and go back and write 5,000 words. what comes through with their he is having a dustup with nathaniel buckley or somebody else is the enorm
in the first place. for too long, working families were more vulnerable to the anxieties of today's economy than a broken health care system. we took up the fight because we believe that in america, nobody should have to worry about going broke just because somebody in their family or they got sick. we believe that nobody should have to choose between putting food on their kid's table or taking them to see a doctor. we believe we are a better country than a country where we allow every day 14,000 americans to lose their health care coverage or where tens of thousands of americans die because they didn't have health care or where oup -- out of pocket costs drove people into poverty. we thought we were better than that and that's why we took this on. [applause] and that's what has gotten lost a little bit over the last couple of months. and our focus had to shift towards working 24/7 to fix the web site, where people can buy affordable insurance plans. and today, the web site is working well. more problems may pop up, as they always do when you are launching something new and w
on the economy. adp says it was a gain of 215,000 jobs in november. that was about 30,000 more than what was expected. adp also hiked its october number considerably higher. that bodes well for the jobs report that comes out on friday. if we see a conversation that we saw in october that could finally push the reserve into tapering its monthly bond purchases. it meets later this month. that's the been speculation that's been going on for months now. looking for better signs in the economy we are starting to see that happen. that's leading to selling on wall street. couple of companies that did well yesterday despite some selling were apple and tesla. tesla shares shot higher by 16% after german regulators cleared any manufacturing defects from those model s fires and apple shares went up about 2.5% on reports it's struck a deal with china mobile the biggest wireless carrier in china. the numbers are pulling back today. let's look at the big board. right now the dow is lower by 43 points. nasdaq is down by about 8. s&p falling by 6. and tesla shares are down 3%. apple down by .5%. back to
the state economy by hundreds of millions of dollars. like many new businesses coming to detroit the city's financial issues did not deter them from setting up shop and some see obstacles and to james cofounder peter bailey sees opportunity. >> this craft distilling movement might help diversify agriculture in michigan even further as we start to grow collectively. >> their investment on a neighborhood on the rebound is welcome by many who live here. right now they are on pace to produce over 3,000 cases of premium liquor this year. in a warehouse where the aroma is literally intoxicating, these entrepreneurs see a future where the glass is always at least half full. bc with al jazeera, detroit. >> reporter: there are about 350 distillerys right here in the united states. they were built by the romans but are still in use today. how technology is looking into the past to map italy's under ground aquaducts. and blasting off on a mission to the moon, what chinese scientists hope to learn when their rover makes an lunar landing. >> and this means falling temperatures and winter storm warnin
+ point yesterday. watching wall street with our financial expert black. people say if the economy is doing better the federal government will start tapering its bond buying. >>: housing numbers have been pretty good. we will take a look at those tomorrow. trucks and all those great. chrysler reported about 16 billion run away per year. that is a number we never thought we would get back to. so that's the story. the market is expanding. a little fear of the fence. we still know this company like this company. i think the bull market has another year plus to go to get twice earnings. i think we have another year but i think we're going to see some consolidation between now and then. >>mark: are is it the thought that we will get a slow rise in interest rates rather than a big jump. >>: yes and no. it's fascinating to look at. for the average person they are probably bored out of their mind bridge the average person at home the federal reserve has lowered the overnight lending to zero. the treasury bonds has proved up to 25262728 but the overnight is still almost as 0%. until we get
in any startup, any launch of a project this big that has an impact on one sixth of our economy, whatever comes up we're going to just fix it. >> the white house expects a big traffic surge to the website in a few weeks. and that's when consumers will probably rush to get insurance coverage by january 1st. >>> we're seeing startling new images of a wrecked commuter train in new york city as the engineer reveals new details about the deadly crash. >> a warning for tourists on the island of maui. the troubling trend that has wildlife officials so concerned. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, boston that gutted a five s building overnight. within >>> it took more than a dozen fire engines to battle a raging fire in boston that gutted a five-story building overnight. within minutes, flames were shooting out of control blowing out several windows. according to officials, janitors were inside when the fire started. they were able to evacuate safely through a back door. no one was injured. >>> autopsies are scheduled today on actor paul walker and his business partner, who both died in a fiery crash. this is spe
. and so that's the origin of the economy. what really changed, major change was when the fort was finally closed in 1898, and when they discovered a different route into the mining district, which people didn't have to go up and down the lake on steamboats. they were all rail lines around the lake. this little town was about to go under, but nobody knew this, while all of this is going on the our federal surveys going on in the entire pacific northwest determining what is the marketable timber? it's basically the white pines, millions of acres of white wines. so that report was made from this survey in 1898, the use thf fort was close. that report was made public and, of course, you can guess what happened in. all the major timber companies including the biggest one, warehouser, moves in and they came to this area. so that's really -- when you walk through the town today that's the town the primary produced -- the town's population was about 500 in 1900. by 1910 it was almost 8000. coeur d'alene today is a very modern productive city. we depend pretty much, not entirely but tourism is big
's as the economy improves, there's still so manpeople out there suffering. >>> it is gog to be cold. let's get the latestor u. >> spenc christian is tracking it. spencer? >>> yes, the cold snap will make us quickly forget about the mild spell we just had. live doppler 7 h.d. up north, a shrinking area of light rain. it was a much wider area earlier moving south of eureka toward mend cito county and the bay area. not the possibility of showers we're concerned about but thea, rival of very cold air. a freeze watch is in effect for tuesday night, tomorrow into wednesday morning for the north bay, the strait and lta. subfreezing temperatures will be spread all across this area. possle damage to sensitive plant and exposedpipes. now the following morning or night, wednesday into thursday morning, the freeze watch expands to virtually all of the bay area with the exception of safrancisco. it will be even colder with still freezing temperatures spreadg southward. there's an increased risk of hypothermia. as we look liverom the east bay hills camera, here's the projected morning low temperatures for t
. >>> 7:45. happening today at the white house, president obama will talk about the economy this morning. he will focus on the income gap between the rich and the poor. he will say that income in equality and shrinking economic mobility are a fundamental threat to the american dream. he will also call for increasing the minimum wage. he's due to speak at 8:15 this morning. ktvu will provide coverage of his remarks right here on "mornings on 2." >>> about 1.3 million unemployed americans could lose federal jobless benefits starting january 1st. emergency jobless benefits for long-term unemployed people are due to expire at the end of the year unless congress appears to extend it. that doesn't seem likely right now, especially since many republicans are against it. the federal unemployment insurance kicks in for laid-off workers who use up the standard six months of state-funded compensation. >>> 7:46. it looks like human error could be to blame for last sunday's deadly train derailment in new york. a rail workers' union says the engineer, william rockefeller, admitted to losing focus and
of the economy. >> they are bad jobs, most of them. the jobs that are coming back pay less than the jobs we lost in the great recession. we have a growing army of low- wageworkers. >> reporter: but the story did not start with the recession. it goes back decades. >> starvation of wages and decline, in fact of many people's wage, has been going on since the late 1970s. we didn't really recognize that. >> reporter: instead americans found different ways to cope. in the '70s and '80s, huge numbers of women entered the workplace, partly to boost their family income. in the '90s, americans found themselves working longer hours. when they didn't work, people used their homes as piggy banks or backed out their credit cards. >> and now all of the coping mechanisms are exhausted. people have to face the fact that wages are going nowhere. >> reporter: that hurt the any for all of us. >> if they don't get paid more, they can't turn around and buy stuff. >> reporter: the cost that employers will not cover, that's picked up by you. >> rest of us subsidize the employers by paying for the medicaid and food sta
of the fiscal crises and a brinkmanship that has hampered the economy -- economic recovery and driven public opinion of congress to an all-time low. and patty mary -- murray encountered last-minute resistance from houston rally leaders who had said any deal should be accompanied by an extension of expiring unemployment benefits for 1.3 million workers. has tempered expectations for deals on the budget and the farm bill yesterday. neither issue appears to be poised for conclusion. and if there's a press conference, there is clearly no agreement on a budget from the two chief negotiators. their self-imposed deadline is next friday, december 13. sources indicated that an agreement could be announced in the coming days. speaker boehner did not say whether he would move forward to pass a short-term continuing resolution that would float the government for january 16. details available online at the senate will be in session for another week after the house. the house will recess for the holidays next friday. you can watch all of this on c- span. the senate on c-span 2. moran there i
think that's right? >> in large part. but also i think we have to look at the economy and considering that the economy has not been favorable to hispanics. i thought ted cruz had it right if you were in a private plane a few years ago still probably flying a private plane. but if you're in the bottom running of the economic lad dtt you're struggling. this is why approval ratings for hispanics is dropping. they are running out of patience with the president. >> the economy was as bad during the last presidential election. >> you're right. look just this weekend, evidently now the white house is talking hispanic groups and saying spanish language website is up and running and so this s-you know, six, seven weeks out after the deadline they had set for themselves. absolutely. obama care has not been good for hispanics and think about states like california, tucker. states like florida which are dropping millions of people, a lot of americans are losing their health care insurance. those two states have a big hispanic population. >> my impression of the white house strategy on winning bac
a boost for their economy and, for that, we do not get an agreement in which the centrifuges stop spinning. so from our standpoint in congress, we passed my legislation along with elliott engles with a vote to increase sanctions until we get the kind of agreement that we need. give the iotola a choice between economic implosion or true compromise. we don't see the compromise at this point especially with the comments being made by the foreign minister and president rouhani at this point. >> he does indicate that things are boosted and better. clearing feeling that this has been a good deal for the iranian people or at least for iranian leadership. today, benjamin netanyahu spoke at the forum and talked about the fact that history will be altered if iran gets nuclear weapons and also said that history is going to judge all of us, american leaders, israeli leaders and others about how they handled this delicate situation. do you think we're on the right or wrong path as far as how history will view this? >> history will judge us. if you recall some years ago, democrats in the house and senat
of the american economy. which to me, and i wrote at the time before he enacted all of this, made ima social democrat on the european model. very unusual for the united states. people ask me, well, what's a social democrat? the only way to explain it is with a famous anecdote about winston churchill. the labour party leader, the socialist becomes prime minister. churchill's leader of the opposition. one day he goes down to the men's room in the house of commons, and there standing alone at one of the urinals is -- [inaudible] don't worry, that's as weird as it gets. [laughter] churchill goes all the way to the other end of the men's room to a urinal 15 stalls over, and adelaide is puzzled. feeling a bit standoffish, are we, winston? churchill says, not at all. it's just that every time you see something large, you want to nationalize it. [laughter] i kind of like that one too. [laughter] you know, i'm not even sure it's true. it could be be apocryphal, but i don't care. [laughter] as we say in the column-writing business, that story is too good to check. [laughter] it remains unchecked. but
on big items like cars or art, when it comes to the fluctuating economy of california, you never know when a simple cyber monday purchase could haunt you. >> there have been moments when they needed every dime they could get. >> reporter: julie watts, kpix 5. >> earlier this year, the u.s. senate passed the marketplace fairness act. it would require retailers with over a million dollars in sales to collect state tax but the bill is stalled in congress. >>> coming up at 5:19, how low will they go? a look at whether gas prices are still dropping now that thanksgiving is over. >>> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the 49ers look to gain some ground in the nfc west and the a's add some pitching to the roster in a big, bi shake-up. we'll tell you who is coming and going. >> what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at we may come and feature your school on the show. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> cold front sliding into the bay area. a major change in the weather coming our way. get ready for freezing temperatures. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and it's a
sign of a recovering economy. thanks, wendy gillette of >>> 5:40. hot for the holidays this year, fitness trackers and one special function gives you a boost to burn more calories. >> beer drinkers versus wine drinkers. when it comes down to it, who is the smartest? >> and still ahead, think twice before you complain to your airline. how your quibbles could cost you your frequent flyer status. ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,, [ male announcer ] some things are simply better at home. like the enticing aroma and distinctive taste of nespresso. elegant capsules meet masterfully crafted machines, and one touch creates the perfect coffee, cappuccino, and latte. ♪ tempt all your senses with one extraordinary coffee. [ penélope cruz ] nespresso. what else? [ male announcer ] discover the world of nespresso on grant avenue and number of retailers are offg customers a wa >>> the holiday shopping season is now in full swing. and a growing number of retailers is offering customers a way to buy big ticket items that's generating some controversy. kpix 5's juli
lost two points. we will see if the u.s. economy will add more jobs for the month of november and whether not they unemployment numbers will change. >> big software companies are abetting the next big trend in personal computers will be of the were both kind. microsoft research says that it's started developing a smart bra. it seems a distant oscar really help women who are for instance on diets. researchers said that this march bra would be embedded with physiological sensors. the sensors will monitor your heart activity to keep track of your emotions and help combat over eating. at this point, the product is not slated to actually go on the market. >> will be right back. ♪ me d yo.. irarlli uarechocate... a ltle ndezus savor r luiousilli coinedith r sl melng ccola. ♪ that ttleewarfor l e thgs y do.♪ onlyrom irarlli. >> welcome back. the time is 5:30 a.m.. we have released cold temperatures outside. a lot of people are just said 21 degrees. >> napa up was down to about 19 degrees. it looks like livermore is now a 28 degrees and vallejo was still in the lord 20's santa r
was helping their economy. however, his zeal might like and his religious faith and convictions might have gotten him in trouble. >> how so? >> i think he is a man of faith and a strong christian. he had because of his zeal, i think his wanting to help him share that might have been interpret as having hostile intentions. >> the christianity frowned on by the state and the combination with being an american you think wound up triggering the detention? >> unfortunately, yes. >> when is the last time you heard from your brother? what is the last information you had to suggest his condition? >> last time we had a use from kenneth, mother was visiting in october. she was will from the 11th to the 14th. she got to visit him in the hospital. at that time i think his condition had improved because he had been hospitalized for several months. he had chronic conditions that require ongoing attention by his doctors at home which is why he is home now. >> was he injured during his detention? how long has he been in the hospital? >> he's been in the hospital since august 5th. he's had some medical con
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for the cleveland indians last season. to them and say goodbye to barolo colon. richie economy down--richie incognito isn't returning to the field but he will be able to go to the bank. the miami dolphins was suspended indefinitely for actions deemed detrimental by the team. however, now an agreement has been reached. incognito will be paid as the investigation into his suspension resumes. the in to resolve the rustlers and alleged threats he made toward former fellow teammate and former stanford player jonathan martin. >>darya: >>mark: and don't want to miss sports night live hosted by gary radnich. and featuring garies radio partner larry kru brand new show here on kron4. we will have likely been-lively debates and big- time interviews. the show premieres this thursday december 5th at 9:00 p.m.. check out the facebook page and sports night live. and like us all for a chance to win a 2000 home theater system. >>darya: several 49ers players walk to their football helmets for santa hats monday and san jose. it began with a huddle as players were paired with low income children before
ratings are higher on the economy and foreign policy. overall, 55 percent of those surveyed still have a favorable view of the >> we have a cold front that has passed through the bay area. we have colder weather on the way. i will talk about the freeze watch the set to go into affect. align welcome back. the time is 8 2:00 p.m. 8:14 a.m.. and the lastest on the accident and death of fast and furious star paul walker. the los angeles county sheriff's office says there is no evidence of a second vehicle linked to the accident that killed the actor over the weekend. here's surveillance video of saturday's crash, courtesy of o-m-g insider. authorities say walker, and driver roger rodas, were killed immediately in the fiery crash. jim torp, a friend of walker, was among the witnesses and describes what happened leading up to the crash. >> the sad thing is set that went out for a drive for a couple of minutes. there are so many speculations about a drag racing and that never happens. when they passed me there were no cars next to them, in some of them, or behind them. there were by themselv
and joined the labor force. the u-s economy added more than 200-thousand jobs in november. gains of 183 thousand jobs. analysts say the strongest sectors are transportation, warehousing, health care and manufacturing. this is encouraging news for the 11 million americans who are still unemployed. >> another week is ending without a deal on the federal budget. and the party leaders who have been overseeing the talks have left washington d.c. for the weekend. meaning it will be at least next week before an agreement can be reached. if a budget committee can't reach a deal by friday the 13th -- another budget showdown is expected. >> a police officer in new mexico has now been suspended for shooting at a mini-van with children inside. laura toe-rein has the latest. >> the cops said this she was not cooperative and when she started to drive away they stated that the officer opened fire. because of this he is temporarily off of the job. we asked them why it took them over a month to see that this officer needs to be suspended. a spokesperson stated that he had no comment. a lot of people hav
, very off. the unemployment rate, the fact that our economy is just starting to come back but not fast enough, the problem with the overseas adventures that we have been been involved in and other crises around the world. but i also see as i go around the country people who are hard at work, people in business -- and i talk to business leaders, financial leaders, mass audiences -- i still find that people are optimistic about the this country. they have confidence in who we are and what we are. an almost ray began-like confidence among the people. and if there's one thing that's really bugging them it's that they sense their leaders in washington don't understand how much confidence and optimism is still out there, and they're waiting for the leaders in washington to cut through the gordian knots of conflict and lack of compromise and get this country moving. so i have always tried to be optimistic and convey an attitude of optimism, and i am optimistic about this country. .. h'm >> for the first time in the history of american and jurisprudence a state government of florida the depart
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of a project this big that has an impact on one sixth of our economy, whatever comes up, we're going to just fix it. >> the problem is, and we detailed this yesterday -- is that up to, according to the "washington post," up to one third of the people who think they have signed up for insurance haven't because there are problems at the back end that elisabeth was talking about, the back end as charles krauthammer yesterday explained was the back end is essentially the cash register. how the insurance companies get paid am in the form of subsidies and stuff like that because it doesn't work right now. they've got to estimate until they figure it all out. actually until they invent the software. >> medicare and medicaid has not finished building part of the web site to transfer billions of collars to those insurance companies. >> what's the hurry? >> i thought the one thing that stood out as i mentioned yesterday, because i was listening on the radio on satellite radio, the president went on to say, he seemed remind offensive in his approach. the site has gotten better, and jeff seems to have d
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